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Posts for: November, 2010

Diagnostic Ultrasound…is it for You?

Do you suffer from heel pain and traditional treatments have failed you? You may need a Diagnostic Ultrasound. This testing provides an easy, safe, and effective method of pinpointing and/or confirming your diagnoisis. This is done in the office, it’s non-invasive, painless, and covered by most insurances. Once again, Diagnostic Ultrasound is a great component of treatment for those that don’t respond initially to treatment or have had significant reoccurances with their heel pain. If you think this may be for you, call our office at (262) 821-1588 for more information, or to schedule an appointment today!

In office Peripheral Vascular Testing

We are now pleased to offer PAD testing for our patients to be done in our office. This testing is ideal for patient’s with tired feet, diabetes, claudication (pain in feet or legs while walking), and other individuals who are at risk for Peripheal Vascular Disease, ie: smokers, people with heart disease, and patients with rheumatoid arthritis. If you suffer from any of the above conditions, we encourage you to call our office today to find out if this testing would be appropriate for you. This testing is covered by most insurances, and as always, if you have any questions or would like more information on this topic, feel free to call our office at: (262) 821-1588.

SALSAL: If you have diabetes, annual foot checks are a MUST!

Last Wednesday, Dr. Waldman attented a meeting for the Wisconsin chapter of “Save a Leg, Save a Life”. It was here that he was able to expand his education and learn new methods, treatments, and ways to prevent amputation. If you suffer from diabetes or pheripheral arterial disease (PAD), we encourage you to have regular check ups with your podiatrist.

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